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    Alberta - 2015

    I thought as the original scenario already has its own regions, I have decided for now to release a version using those. I might do another version using the 2019 regions if this version doesn't play well. http://campaigns.270soft.com/2019/10/26/alberta-2015-2/
  2. Hi All, Had anyone ever managed to persuade other parties or candidates to give you PIPs without having to promise the earth? I would imagine it shouldn't be so tricky to persuade parties with no seats that you are on decent relations with in post-election negotiations to give some PIPs as they don't need them. Thanks
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    Alberta - 2015

    I'm planning on remaking the Alberta - 2015 scenario from the Prime Minister Forever – Canada 2011 engine in to the PMI engine but I can't quite decide whether to use the '2019 PMI scenario regions' or the regions used in the original scenario. I'm tempted to go with the 2019 regions to keep a connection to the official 2019 Alberta scenario but it may be that the regions created on the 2011 engine are more appropriate for the 2015 election as I have very limited knowledge on Canadian provincial politics. Any other improvements (issues, parties, candidates etc.) for the remake can be added to
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    Spain-PR

    Hi @Ido how did you work out what percentages you gave to each party in the 'demographics', as some of these blocs have different seats favouring multiple parties. It looks to be an interesting work around and i'd like to know how you calculated them. Thanks
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    UK 2019

    That does sound concise.
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    UK 2019

    Maybe Antisemitism/Anti-Zionism and Israel/Palestine issues would cover more areas in the equation. It's certainly an interesting area for discussion.
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    UK 2019

    The Brexit Party is a must I would say, even if they don't win seats, they would easily affect the outcome of many seats if they do run and not make any agreements with the Conservatives. Change UK would be useful, if not just to provide a spoiler effect in certain seats or advertising. Apart from Brexit, there are lots of issues which may play a part in any upcoming election (some linked with Brexit also). Antisemitism (Jeremy Corbyn and Labour) Islamophobia (Boris Johnson and the Burka row) Building regulations (the fire at Grenfell Tower in London) Knife Crime (
  8. With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I've decided to update my 2013 scenario. http://campaigns.270soft.com/2018/08/25/2013-australia-house-of-representatives/
  9. With the addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I've decided to update my 2010 scenario. http://campaigns.270soft.com/2018/09/27/2010-australia-house-of-representatives/
  10. The only non-UCP candiate who kept their seat was Notley by 224 votes
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    Alberta - 1935

    I found this website which I've found useful when working out candidate/party colours to set a uniform percentage increase/decrease in the desired shades. https://pinetools.com/lighten-color
  12. I had noticed the T:Engine error on a custom campaign also when a primary takes place. It resolved itself when deactivating 7day turns before the primaries This was on the latest sneak peak. Thanks
  13. That definitely makes sense, I agree that it's not the most accurate term. If it reduces unnecessary pressure on scenario makers, all the better :-)
  14. This one has a minor update, The Electoral Commission now has a logo instead of the old 'Independent' logo
  15. In preparation for a possible addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to port over some of the old Australia scenario’s from the earlier PMI, PM4E versions. I am porting the 2010 – Australia House of Representatives. Major differences from the original scenario; Official polling data/turnout/electorates from the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) Addition of the AEC as an observer party This will be updated should the preferences system be finalized to take into account the new feature. I have updated the 2013 election fil
  16. In preparation for a possible addition of the Preference vote for Australia, I’ve decided to port over some of the old Australia scenario’s from the earlier PMI, PM4E versions. I start with the 2013 – Australia House of Representatives. Major differences from the original scenario; Official polling data/turnout/electorates from the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) Addition of the AEC as an observer party Extra endorsers Populations set as the same as the eligible voters (couldn’t find data for the individual divisions.) This will
  17. To save on duplicate work or a nice base for a Senate election, I have already done a 1994 House campaign 1994 - House of Representatives :)
  18. Maybe the surrogates could be their current diocese or parish. The Ecclesiastical province's could be endorsers also if not electoral units.
  19. That user may have been me, I had started on 2017 Korean Presidential election scenario but never got around to finishing it. I can send to you if you are interested? Thanks
  20. @admin_270 I've attached a screenshot from the Massachusetts 1994 scenario from about 2 weeks in from the September start date where I've hit -9 momentum. This may well just be my bad strategy but maybe not. Thanks
  21. I've also noticed the AI looks a bit overpowered in the latest version (normal mode) The AI does seem to create masses of ads and I'm wondering whether financial restraints/CPs are being ignored and therefore the large number of ads are just causing huge surges in momentum. I've seen at least two campaigns where i've suddenly gone in to -9 momentum and greater, soon leading to campaign collapse despite not having scandals/negative news stories etc. I'm normally good at avoiding that and countering negative momentum before it hits disaster levels although I limit my ad work to basic m
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